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National Board of Review Awards 1936

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National Board of Review Awards 1936

8th National Board of Review Awards

December 18, 1936

The 8th National Board of Review Awards were announced on 18 December 1936.


  • Best American Films 1
  • Top Foreign Films 2
  • Winners 3
  • External links 4

Best American Films

  1. Mr. Deeds Goes to Town
  2. The Story of Louis Pasteur
  3. Modern Times
  4. Fury
  5. Winterset
  6. The Devil is a Sissy
  7. Ceiling Zero
  8. Romeo and Juliet
  9. The Prisoner of Zenda
  10. The Green Pastures

Top Foreign Films

  1. Carnival in Flanders
  2. The New Earth
  3. Rembrandt
  4. The Ghost Goes West
  5. Nine Days a Queen
  6. We Are From Kronstadt
  7. Son of Mongolia
  8. The Yellow Cruise
  9. Les Misérables
  10. The Secret Agent


External links

  • National Board of Review of Motion Pictures :: Awards for 1936
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